Lgbtq Rights Quotes

Lgbtq Rights Quotes 2020

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Being GAY is not a CRIME and it is not a SIN. Stop using God to justify your prejudice. Religion is about loving one another. You’re just looking for an excuse to hate.!

I believe that marriage isn’t between a man and a woman, but between love and love.

Being Part of LGBT🌈 Is Not Ashamed, You Can Be Real To YourSelf And Also Expressing Who You Really Are 👊✅

“human beings are human beings, just treat everyone like that.”

Hayley Williams

“If you voted for a man who said “Grab em by the pussy,” you have zero room to claim to protect anyone in bathrooms.”

DaShanne Stokes

“Only by speaking out can we create lasting change. And that change begins with coming out.”

DaShanne Stokes

“It’s hard not to be a fighter when you’re constantly under siege.”

Cassandra Duffy

“We come to a corner where there are a few people protesting the festivities. I don’t understand this at all. It’s like protesting the fact that some people are red-haired. In my experience, desire is desire, love is love.”

David Levithan, Every Day

“i’ll be okay even if i don’t understand how i don’t want to be a girl, but also don’t want to be a man”

Courtney Carola

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“To all the young people who discover they are gay: Don’t be afraid to come out of the closet right now.”

Núria Añó

“The progress of 🌈  LGBT rights is often directly tied to—sometimes through indirect routes – multiple fights for human dignity and freedom.”

Michael Bronski

“From all walks of life, the characters depict real human experience and I found myself affirmed by the series in more ways than it just being pure entertainment.”

Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng

“You can create a real geopolitics of 🌈  LGBT rights based as much on languages as on cultural boundaries.”

Frédéric Martel‏

“Living in a world that is grossly opposed to who you are, the bravest and most radical thing to do is to be yourself. And being a part of the 🌈  LGBT+ community is just that – brave.”

Courtney Carola

“Pride is not an 🌈  LGBT celebration, it’s a human rights celebration – it’s a celebration of equality – it’s a celebration of inclusion – it’s a celebration of acceptance.”

Abhijit Naskar